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Free Book for Students

Students got to visit the book room today and choose a new book. Students also received a book recommendation form to fill out after they read their new book.

Farm Day

Spirit Friday this week was Farm Day!

Cold Weather PE

Saluda Elementary students have learned to dress for the weather!  Because of the Covid 19 virus it is much safer to have PE outside.  Fifth grade has PE at 8:30 in the morning and Kindergarten has it at 9:00.  It’s been pretty chilly that early in the morning, but these students are covered!

Energy by Muddy Sneakers

Mrs. Rackley’s 5th graders enjoyed a day outside in nature reviewing what they had learned about energy by participating in Muddy Sneakers. Muddy Sneakers is an environmental education program. The students enjoyed their day. Student, Luke Garrison, said, “I think Muddy Sneakers is a great way to learn about nature. My favorite activity was when...

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Free Book for Students

Students got to visit the book room today and choose a new book. Students also received a book recommendation form to fill out after they read their new book.
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Farm Day

Spirit Friday this week was Farm Day!
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Cold Weather PE

Saluda Elementary students have learned to dress for the weather!  Because of the Covid 19 virus it is much safer to have PE outside.  Fifth grade has PE at 8:30 in the morning and Kindergarten has it at 9:00.  It’s been pretty chilly that early in the morning, but these students are covered!
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Energy by Muddy Sneakers

Mrs. Rackley’s 5th graders enjoyed a day outside in nature reviewing what they had learned about energy by participating in Muddy Sneakers. Muddy Sneakers is an environmental education program. The students enjoyed their day. Student, Luke Garrison, said, “I think Muddy Sneakers is a great way to learn about nature. My favorite activity was when...
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What are you thankful for?

A few things that our Kindergarteners and First Graders are thankful for . . .
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Celebrating Remote Learners

Students in Ms. Rogers’s first grade class celebrated our remote students during a Zoom party. In person students made this banner and created a “What I Like About You!” booklet for each remote student. In person students read their page to the remote students and then we had a dance party. The booklets and a...
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Wacky Tacky Spirit Friday

Spirit Friday this week was Wacky Tacky Day.
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Cherokee Turtle “Shell” Rattles

During a unit on the history of the Cherokee, the original inhabitants and stewards of the land we now call Saluda and Polk County, first grade students in Ms. Rogers’s class made a turtle shell rattle (no actual turtles were used). The students were able to take them to music as accompaniment to Ms. McNeil’s...
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Book Character Day

Students enjoyed dressing up as their favorite book characters this week. (Faculty and staff did too!)
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